SRE


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SRE

(Serious Reportable Event) An incident in a healthcare facility that causes severe harm or even death to a patient. The National Quality Forum (NQF) includes a list of events in surgical, product, patient, care management, environmental and criminal categories. For more information, visit www.qualityforum.org. See healthcare IT.
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SRE prides itself in finding off-market opportunities that match client needs, identifying potential equity partners and investing with clients when appropriate.
Following the integration of Courtland, SRE will manage approximately USD 100bn of capital allocations from institutional investors, including over USD 2.0bn of assets under management and deploying over USD 10bn per year to real estate investments through primary fund investments, co-investments, secondaries and recapitalisations.
Among the findings of the report were that "school based SRE programmes have been criticised for being 'too biological' at the expense of a focus on children's rights, equity, emotions and relationships; and too negative and risk-focused, at the expense of the affirmative and positive aspects of relationships and sexuality."
Among the findings of the report were that "school based SRE programmes have been criticised for being 'too biological' at the expense of a focus on children's rights, equity, emotions and relationships; and too negative and risk-focused, at the expense of the affirmative and positive aspects of relationships and sexuality." The report, created by the panel chaired by Professor Emma Renold, Cardiff University, added: "Current SRE provision is not enabling children and young people to understand and negotiate the challenges and complexities they may face in relation to sexuality and relationship issues off line and online.
The panel found most teachers delivering SRE classes have no specialist SRE training and most teachers say they feel ill-equipped when delivering it.
SRE sessions in Wales focuses too strongly on biology, with not enough attention to rights, gender equity, emotions and relationships, the document adds.
Plan International UK is calling on the public to write to their MP to express their support for mandatory SRE.